Left must be wary of single-payer support

By Rhys Johnson – 1 year ago

The fight for universal health care has long been a core issue of the progressive movement in the United States, and those of us who believe in its rightful place…

Kurdish referendum deserves U.S. support

By Sylvan Perlmutter – 1 year ago

On Monday, Sept. 25, the people of Iraqi Kurdistan voted in a referendum on whether or not to pursue independence from Iraq, and by all indications the result will be…

Children’s book exhibition fondly remembers novelist

By Jimmy Christon – 1 year ago

At Vassar’s Thompson Memorial Library, there is currently an exhibit displaying a collection of children’s books by the late Nancy Willard, who, along with being a faculty member at Vassar…

Revival unsettles, leaves more unanswered questions

By Matt Stein – 1 year ago

What does the term “Lynchian” mean? Figures in a red room speaking backwards? A woman singing within a radiator? For all the surrealism within “Mulholland Drive” or “Blue Velvet,” David…

First-year unsure what to protest, starts Tumblr blog

By Blair Webber – 1 year ago

Vassar prides itself on broadening the horizons of its students’ minds. Before coming to Vassar, few students had had sufficient exposure to the various systems of oppression operating in our…